Having migrated CultureLabel over to Shopify, I'm now ticking the boxes. Qualy's PCI is reporting a single failure: TCP Source Port Pass Firewall.
I've been playing Sim City 2013 a bit recently and while irked by some of the bugs, I have enjoyed it. I've worked out how to turn a profit and then scaled that up to claim the top spot on the trading leaderboard. My city 'Plasticity' earns near four times the income of the second place.
Now if I can just work out how to scale my start-up in the same way....
I love Simcity. It's like programming, but substantially easier and more rewarding in the short-term. Maxis has produced some great versions of the game over the last 30 years, and Simcity 2013 is almost no exception. Unfortunately it's let down by the bugs.
This screenshot shows a theoretically impossible situation: two oil mines with full storage and two fuel production lines at the oil refinery in dire need of oil. This situation persisted for a Sim month. The two sites were properly connected. All local trade depots were capable of exporting all the affected resources and all were empty. This came about after I upgraded the density of the road outside the depot.
I use rsync to keep my drives backed up under Windows 7 (using Cygwin). Windows permissions were getting messed up, but the solution was to disable ACL within Cygwin. I inserted this line into /etc/fstab.
none /cygdrive cygdrive binary,posix=0,user,noacl 0 0
There was no need to change the rsync command itself:
rsync -avn --stats <source> <destination>
I've been trying to get two Draytek Vigor 2920Vn routers to connect to one another using LAN-to-LAN VPN. The setup process was largely intuitive, save one detail.
The general VPN process was pretty simple. The two routers are connected all the time, but there is still a sender (dial-out) and a receiver (dial-in). As I use this LAN-to-LAN connection to enable multiple foreign offices to connect back to headquarters, HQ is dial-in and everyone else is dial-out.
- Login to Draytek admin interface
- Select VPN and Remote access
"Choose something from the URL"
"Upload your own"
I seem to have endless problems with Poser Pro 2014. I did with Poser 9 previously. I'm using 10.0.1.25099 and again I'm getting a startup error in the content library:
[FaultEvent fault=[RPC Fault faultString="HTTP request error" faultCode="Server.Error.Request" faultDetail="Error:[IOErrorEvent type="ioError" bubbles=false cancelable=false eventPhase=2 text="Error #2032"].
URL: http://127.0.0.1:11530/apps/lms/api.py"] messageId="F74FC0CF-8F68-0592-DE4E-AEFE08947FED" type="false" bubbles=false cancelable=true eventPhase=2] --- Fault Request Info:
My problems with auto-update continued today. Battlefield 3 failed to start up properly. The mouse froze over the in-game menu. This was a proper hardware crash that won't respond to task switching (Alt + Tab) or interrupts (Ctrl + Alt + Delete).
Recently my copy of Poser 9 stopped working. The Library manager refused to open, posting this error message:
[FaultEvent fault=[RPC Fault faultString="HTTP request error" faultCode="Server.Error.Request" faultDetail="Error:[IOErrorEvent type="ioError" bubbles=false cancelable=false eventPhase=2 text="Error #2032"]. URL: http://127.0.0.1:11530/apps/lms/api.py"] messageId=978869C0-8C30-E958-7AD1-F63700E8A6F1" type="fault" bubbles=false cancelable=true eventPhase=2] --- Fault Request Info:
I recently had a problem with a friend's S3. They had rooted their SGS3, which invalidates the warranty and is clearly something I would never do myself (ahem)!
The phone had been worked fine with its rooted OS (CF-Root-SGS3-v6.4.zip) for months, but on the evening of Saturday 4th May, Vodafone pushed an update. That update seemed to conflict with the rooted OS, and when they returned to the phone it was stuck in an endless loop; it would flash the Samsung Galaxy S3 screen (white text on black background) for a few seconds, then go black (reset), then flash it again for a few seconds.